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Newsletter Dialogue Series. Issue no. 2, Volume X, April 2010
Climate change: Beyond Copenhagen. Why there should be not global climate deal without agricultural adaptation policies!
April 2010


FANRPAN, with the support of COMESA, is committed to strengthening cross-sectoral co-operation to address the policy challenges of Africa with regards to climate change.

We recognise that addressing climate change is fundamental to food security and poverty reduction today and for future generations; therefore there should be "No Climate Deal without Agriculture".

Addressing climate change is fundamental to food security and poverty reduction in Africa. Climate change will undermine agricultural productivity, which is the backbone of most of Africa's economies. FANRPAN therefore advocates that there should be "No Global Climate Deal without Agriculture Adaptation Policies".

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